Mark Jones is a retired basketball player who played both in the NBA and CBA leagues. In his CBA career, he played 29 games and scored 2.3 points per game. In 1984, he won the CBA championship. This article is to tell you about his career history, personal life, and net worth.
The approximate net worth of Mark Jones would be around $3 million. His average salary per season was around $100-$150K.
Mark Jones Height, Weight & Age
Mark Jones is 6 feet 1 inch tall. His weight is 79 kg. In his professional life, his playing position was the Point Guard, and wore jersey number #11. Mark is still alive, and his age is 61 years now.
|Birth:||November 16, 1961, in New York, USA|
|Full Name:||Mark Anthony Jones|
|Children:||One Son and Two Daughters|
|Average NBA Salary:||$150K|
|College Education:||St. Bonaventure|
|Height:||6 feet 1 inch|
|Current Age:||61 years Old|
Mark Anthony Jones (full name) was born on November 16, 1961, in Rochester, New York. His high school basketball career began at East High School in Rochester, New York. The playground of this school was the first place he took the ball in his hands.
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The college tenure of his basketball life began at St. Bonaventure in Allegany, New York. Here, he played for the St. Bonaventure Bonnies men’s basketball team from 1979 to 1983. In his college career, he improved his skills and favored his team to win lots of matches. Mark scored 15.2 points on average per game.
Professional Basketball Career Highlights
The basketball career of Mark Jones was short. In his professional life, he wore the jersey of the New Jersey Nets (now Brooklyn Nets) and Albany Patroons.
In the 1983 NBA draft, he was taken by the New York Knicks in the 4th round (82nd overall). But did not play for this team for even a single game, as his name was removed from the final roster. He played only six games in the NBA wearing the jersey of the New Jersey Nets and scored only 7 points. Famous NBA players Albert King, Buck Williams, and Mike Woodson also played for this team.
The golden period of his life was in the CBA with the Albany Patroons. He played with this team in the 1983–1984 season and favored his team in winning the CBA championship.
|Total Games Played:||29|
|Average points per game:||2.3 PPG|
|Average rebounds per game:||1.3 RPG|
|Average assist per game:||0.6 APG|
|Field position:||Point Guard|
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